Highpoint has many ministries that can help you connect –
to Highpoint, to one another, and to God.
Please browse through the tabs below to see how you can serve and connect with others:
This Bible-based recovery program can help you find freedom life-long struggles as self-esteem, anger, pride, co-dependency, past hurts, or addictions.
Stephen Ministry provides one-on-one Christian care to hurting people through reflective listening skills. We want to help!
GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.
High Hopes Preschool
At HighHopes Preschool, we want to create a place for young children to experience God’s love and explore His wonderful world while providing families with a place of help, hope and healing.
HighHopes Preschool offers two and three day programs for children – ages two through Pre-K. School starts at 9:00 a.m. and ends at 2:00 p.m. each day. The school year begins the first week of September and ends the last week of May. HighHopes Preschool follows the Leander ISD calendar for all holidays and teacher work days.
We are governed by a Board of Directors who are members of Highpoint Fellowship. All are family oriented individuals who strongly believe in the advantages of Christian education for every child.
The board meets regularly to pray and seek God’s guidance. Our director is Nina Pena. Nina has years of experience in childcare, both teaching and facilitating in Christian daycare facilities.
High Hopes Sports and Afterschool
High Hopes Sports and Afterschool is a Christian after-care and summer camp program for elementary-aged kids. Our mission is to provide a safe and fun environment where kids can grow in confidence and character. We truly believe that High Hopes is a place where love comes first!
Positive Recognition • Structured Activities • Healthy Snacks & Hot Meals • Bible Time • Field Trips • Sports • Character-Building
Welcome Team members welcome guests warmly, providing them with refreshments, assist them in getting children to class and in finding a seat in the worship center, and answering their questions. Others fix coffee in the kitchen, give guests a tour of the building, fold/stuff bulletins, assist with guest receptions, and straighten up lobby and restrooms before each service. We also check in our kids into Children’s worship via our secure check-in system. Working in the Welcome Ministry is a job where a smile is your greatest asset.
Senior Connect is a group for mature adults who want to have fun! This group provides opportunities to serve the community and church, to travel and have fun together, and to try new things.
College and Young Adults
The time after high school is often a time when young adults struggle to fit in to whatever is their “new normal”. This group exists to help them plug in, have a group of encouragers, and build their life around God’s vision for them.